Kamal Ahmed and entrepreneur Rohan Silva present unfiltered, revealing and unsparing interviews with the world’s leading entrepreneurs.
Julie talks to Kamal and Rohan about firing her manufacturer and starting her own factory from scratch whilst 36,000 orders piled up. She discusses taking back ownership of her company after letting her confidence be shaken by venture capitalists.LISTEN NOW
Conversation of Inspiration
Holly Tucker hears from a new company founder each week to discover the highs and lows encountered whilst building their business, and share some advice and inspiration along the way.
Julie sits down with Holly Tucker MBE the founder of NotOnTheHighStreet, as Holly’s first guest on the new podcast seriesConversations of Inspiration. Julie talks about the importance of a supportive family and a fierce ‘do it yourself’ attitude. She discusses the highs and lows of starting a business the only way she knows how - with true honesty, wit and warmth!LISTEN NOW
Financial Times – Start-Up Stories
The Financial Times's Jonathan Moules talks to entrepreneurs about building successful brands, giving birth during a funding round, and rebuilding a reputation in the wake of bankruptcy. Real stories from those who've done it, from idea to exit.
Julie discusses how the rapid success of The Cambridge Satchel Company attracted outside investors and how the venture took a direction that made her feel uncomfortable. She discusses how she regained her confidence and took back control of her own company (@via financial times)LISTEN NOW
She’s Got Moxie
Joy Chudacoff, entrepreneur, coach and strategic business consultant to women talks candidly to today’s thought leaders, renegades, mavericks, pathfinders and of course, women who are flexing their moxie muscle.
In this 2-part series Julie is refreshingly honest, funny and witty. In Part 1, Julie discusses being a founder, and even if you don’t know how things can be done, you still know more about your business than anyone else on the planet. In Part 2 Julie reveals the personal side to running a business - being in survival mode, trying to keep a company afloat, dissolving a marriage and staying present for two teenage children.listen now